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The Value Benchmark of economic input in The True Economy = Labour, Time, Skills, & Experience

Our Time, Labour, Skills and Experience are the basic units that give value to what we can contribute to the world, to our communities. To The True Economy.

These units of value – our Time, our Labour, our Skills, our Experience, are what we have to use or to exchange before anything for the things that we need.

It is Time, Labour, Skills & Experience that develop and process every resource and raw material from their basic forms to everything that we need, including the machines, computers and tools that we undertake those processes with.

In a world that should always be focused on people and the worlds environment itself, we must be responsible enough to understand, accept and most importantly maintain, that it will always be the contributary elements of the human Time, Labour, Skills & Experience that it takes us as a community to sustain a Basic Living Standard, where the key values that determine how our Economy works – no matter how deceptively large it may be.

So-called economies of scale or ‘efficient’ working in the production of all essential foods and goods, should always be taxed to ensure that the prices of end products reflect the true level of human input for their end-to-end production, no matter what machines or labour-saving devices or technologies have been introduced. This will ensure that the value of everyone and the contribution they can make in creating and securing what we need, can always be maintained.

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